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Math Island at Brewer Elementary School: A Learner-Centered Model for Education

Vikki K. Collins, H. Yates
2009 Georgia Educational Researcher  
Math Island, a support center for students designed to facilitate the conceptual understanding of mathematics, was created, and professional development programs were implemented to assist teachers in  ...  This paper examines a learner-centered model for the teaching of elementary mathematics established at an urban Georgia school that serves a highly mobile, diverse population of approximately 475 students  ...  To implement a learner-centered model for mathematics instruction and assessment, Math Island emphasized conceptual understanding by students.  ... 
doi:10.20429/ger.2009.070103 fatcat:vf3mxgg3wzczljinzeki35zequ

Assessing Learner-Constructed Conceptual Models and Simulations of Dynamic Systems [chapter]

Bert Bredeweg, Jochem Liem, Christiana Nicolaou
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Learning by conceptual modeling is seeing uptake in secondary and higher education. However, assessment of conceptual models is underdeveloped.  ...  The approach was applied by educators and positively evaluated. It was considered useful and the derived grades corresponded with their intuitions about the models quality.  ...  Consequently, it is difficult to give feedback to learners regarding the models they create.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45153-4_27 fatcat:oejk3t6fxvadlhtgc67fxoqn4u

Theoretical and conceptual frame work for factors that lead to poor performance for learners with hearing impairment in the national examination at grade nine (9): A case of ChilesheChepela Special School and Musakanya Special Unit in Kasama and Mpika district

Mwansa Mbulo, Penda Annie
2022 International journal of research in informative science application & techniques  
This manuscript is an extract of a theoretical framework and conceptual framework from a Master's an on-going study onfactors that lead to poor performance for learners with hearing impairment in the national  ...  It is argued that if these factors are identified and implemented learners with hearing impairment can benefit a lot from national examination through obtaining better grades.  ...  [4] and conceptual-framework can be used as one of the model in identifying factors that lead to poor performance for learners with hearing impairment in the national examination at grade nine (9):  ... 
doi:10.46828/ijrisat.v2i3.29 fatcat:ztwtkqi7hncepgfkb5fdt6xiga

Presentation of UNESCO Bulgarian Cultural Heritage Sites - а Methodological Framework for Designing a Web based Application as a Didactic Resource in an Information Environment

Stefka Kovacheva, Ludmila Dimitrova
2021 Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage  
The I create module, oriented towards creation of well-organized content (knowledge) of new site of the national heritage that allows learners to show what they know , can do and how they have created  ...  The database and the web application were designed and developed in IMI (BAS).  ...  of the conceptual model of DB; • finding meanings, perspectives and points of view in a context -the learner creates with suitable vocabulary (content for information resources) of the selected site,  ... 
doi:10.55630/dipp.2021.11.25 fatcat:3qz3643fa5dsrjnyv7dz5h6bzq

Development Of Activity-Based Learning Conceptual Approach With The Stem Education Instructional Method On The Photosynthesis Issue At The 11Th Grade Level To Promote Students' Learning Achievements And Their Systematic Thinking Abilities

Phanuphong Khonchaiyaphum, Sompong Srikunlaya, Wandee Rakrai
2017 Zenodo  
of their post assessing test and the criteria learning outcomes at 80% with the PBL, and students' solving-problem abilities and the criteria learning outcomes at 80% with the PBL toward science were compared  ...  Administrations with a sample size which consisted of 48 lower secondary educational students at the 9th grade The aims of this research study were 1) to develop activity-based learning conceptual approach  ...  Sompong Srikanlaya and Dr. Wandee Rakrai who are the advisor and co-advisor for assistance with particular technique, methodology, and [Prof. Dr. Toansakul Santiboon, and Prof. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.401352 fatcat:gngdxwuy4zgmfopfzdtvnynabm

Design Education for Grades 7 and 8 in a CISCE School in India — An Action Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Priyanka Sewhag Joshi, Vijai Singh Katiyar
2021 American Journal of Art and Design  
The conceptual models are examined in the practice of teaching design to Grades 7 and 8 in the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) curriculum in India.  ...  Learning Theory, and have mapped conceptual models based on these educational theories.  ...  The authors recommend that for the constructive development of the learner, a provision for extensive feedback though peer assessment during classes or other alternate means needs to be made; the authors  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ajad.20210603.12 fatcat:n7hfavvhyzcwnjivpuvbubcnfa

Factors Affecting Learners' Academic Success in Online Liberal Arts Courses Offered by a Traditional Korean University

Hee-Jun Choi
2021 Sustainability  
The findings indicated that gender, previous GPA, campus, type of online course, the relevance of the course, adequacy of assignments and assessments, learner-instructor interaction, and learner-content  ...  The theoretical framework of this study was formulated by selectively adopting and slightly modifying some of the factors from Choi's conceptual model for adult dropout from online degree programs.  ...  L-I interaction = learner-instructor interaction, L-C interaction = learner-content interaction, *** p < 0.001. Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13169175 fatcat:533h7x4tw5djhb73xyh3eiqwdq

Trust as a Scaffold for Competency-Based Medical Education

Eric Young, D. Michael Elnicki
2019 Journal of general internal medicine  
At their most fundamental level, competencies, milestones, and EPAs create a shared mental model for the desired outcomes of our educational endeavors.  ...  , and attitudes we call the practice of medicine. 2 However, when we conceptualize CBME through the lens of trusting relationships, greater layers of nuance and value begin to emerge.  ...  Between learners and the training programs that assess them, trust is imperative for creating a just system that promotes success for all trainees.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-019-04927-6 pmid:30993625 pmcid:PMC6502872 fatcat:bbzocvx5p5fivbgst7jzlpwexa

Narrative descriptions should replace grades and numerical ratings for clinical performance in medical education in the United States

Janice L. Hanson, Adam A. Rosenberg, J. Lindsey Lane
2013 Frontiers in Psychology  
Unfortunately, scores and grades do not capture progress and competence among learners in the complex tasks and roles required to practice medicine.  ...  Conclusions: We must place medical learning and assessment in the contexts and domains in which learners do clinical work.  ...  Pangaro, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, to our thought and work, particularly in his sharing of the conceptual basis and practical application of the RIME framework for evaluation  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00668 pmid:24348433 pmcid:PMC3836691 fatcat:gcnjck4b5vfmjgteyzlapijcaa

A conceptual framework of the relationship between musicking and Personal and Social Well-being for intermediate phase learners in the South African context

Rechallda J. Mouton, Janelize Morelli
2021 The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa  
We analysed the intermediate phase life skills Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) document to create a priori codes.  ...  This article proposes a conceptual framework to understand the relationship between musicking and Personal and Social Well-being for intermediate phase learners.  ...  Research procedures The purpose of this conceptual study is to understand the relationship between musicking and personal well-being for intermediate phase learners (Grade 4-6).  ... 
doi:10.4102/td.v17i1.1094 fatcat:pqzjndtlufbqbcgbpybindlilm

An Exploration of Learners' Attitudes towards Mobile Learning Technology-Based Instruction Module and its Use in Mathematics Education

Muthandwa Chinamhora Sincuba, Merlin John
2017 IEJME-Mathematics Education  
The study explored learners' experiences with the mobile learning technology-based instruction module (MLTBIM) in learning Functions and related concepts.  ...  Lastly, most of the respondents advocated that the application used in MLTBI enhanced their conceptual understanding of linear, quadratic and exponential functions.  ...  knowledge and conceptual understanding and positive attitudes towards Mathematics.  ... 
doi:10.29333/iejme/652 fatcat:mkmbhz3il5eg5l2atnwqllz47e


Phanuphong Khonchaiyaphum, Sompong Srikunlaya, Wandee Rakrai
2017 Zenodo  
Assessing Test, and the Systematic Thinking Ability Measuring Test were used.  ...  and their systematic thinking abilities at the 11th grade level with the efficiency of the processing performances and the performance results (E1/E2) at the determining criteria as 75/75, 2) to compare  ...  Sompong Srikanlaya and Dr. Wandee Rakrai who are the advisor and co-advisor for assistance with particular technique, methodology, and [Prof. Dr. Toansakul Santiboon, and Prof. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.599880 fatcat:xkbbcq3vt5c25dsadh6wygoyx4

Using Knowledge Building to Foster Conceptual Change

Chwee Beng Lee, Ching Sing Chai, Chin-Chung Tsai, Huang-Yao Hong
2016 Journal of Education and Training Studies  
On the other hand, researchers and educators in the knowledge building communities have been working towards advancing the frontier of knowledge work and knowledge creation in education in order to cope  ...  Most of the classical views on conceptual change have been criticized, and there have been recent discussions around bridging the cognitive and socio-cultural approaches in the research on conceptual change  ...  advancement in a grades 4 and 5 class community.  ... 
doi:10.11114/jets.v4i8.1661 fatcat:vllhof3vobhdvpccl6yzbjaimi

Knowledge and cognitive process dimensions of Technology teachers' lesson objectives

David Mathumbu, Willem Rauscher, Max Braun
2014 South African Journal of Education  
Some lesson objectives inferred from planned assessment activities placed higher demands on learners' cognitive domain.  ...  A recommendation flowing from the study is that, during pre-service training and in-service teacher support processes, the importance of clear lesson objectives should be emphasised and that assessments  ...  According to the DoE (2002) the purpose of Technology education in South Africa is to contribute towards learners' technological literacy, which the DoE defines as "the ability to use, manage and assess  ... 
doi:10.15700/201409161053 fatcat:x3z4u3y4zvbabn7fj2cscosy4a

Evaluating the effectiveness of a metacognitive programme for disadvantaged learners in the Foundation Phase

Louis Benjamin
2016 South African Journal of Education  
The conceptual development and scholastic functioning of learners were monitored preintervention to post-intervention.  ...  The researcher concluded that the programme made a positive impact on participating learners' knowledge and understanding of basic conceptual systems and scholastic functioning.  ...  Acknowledgement We would like to thank the UK Big Lottery Fund and Hantam Community Education Trust for funding and supporting this research.  ... 
doi:10.15700/saje.v36n1a627 fatcat:j5drthmmzrerzgwxb7zrl6a5ke
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